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On 15 May, the Centre of Marine Sciences of the University of Algarve (CCMAR-UALG) had the pleasure of receiving SEA2SEE partners ANP|WWF, SmartWater, Tilkal and PageUp in Algarve for a two-day meeting focused on discussing data parameters for the blockchain-based seafood traceability platform that is currently being developed. 

In order for our technology developers to better understand the octopus pots and traps fishery case study in Portugal, the team took the opportunity to visit the first sale auction site in Fuzeta, followed by some brainstorming workshops aiming to define what kind of data we would need to collect and how to collect it so that the application of the blockchain technology is tailored to the specific requirements and needs of the fishery as well as the octopus value chain.

In addition to building greater connection with partners, this was an important step towards establishing a common ground for making next steps decisions regarding algorithms and the development of the use case scenarios.

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